A homeowner in Indiana opened an unexpected package to discover more than than 350 packages of liquid THC inside.  (Columbus Police Department)

A homeowner in Indiana opened an unexpected package on Monday to discover drugs worth more than $14,000 inside, officials said.

The Columbus Police Department said the package contained 358 packages of liquid THC, otherwise known as liquid marijuana.

"Asking for a friend…. I hear CPD is looking for the owner of 358 packages of THC Vape Juice with a street value of $14,000 mailed to the wrong house in Columbus yesterday," police said on Twitter. "Stop by and see us during regular business hours to claim. Don’t forget your ID #dontsmokeandmail #oopsie"

Asking for a friend…. I hear CPD is looking for the owner of 358 packages of THC Vape Juice with a street value of $14,000 mailed to the wrong house in Columbus yesterday. Stop by and see us during regular business hours to claim. Don't forget your ID #dontsmokeandmail #oopsie pic.twitter.com/gHInRQ1dWl

— Columbus IN Police (@Columbus_Police) May 22, 2018

It’s not the first time drugs were shipped to the wrong home in the city located nearly 50 miles south of Indianapolis.

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The same thing happened last year in Columbus, when someone dropped off five and a half pounds of marijuana to the wrong address, according to FOX59.

Authorities said no one ever dropped by to claim those drugs from the police station.

Travis Fedschun is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @travfed

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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/24/cops-say-drugs-worth-14g-sent-to-wrong-home-can-be-claimed-by-owner.html

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